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Doom 2: Hell on Earth

Doom 2 is the sequel to the much acclaimed FPS Doom. Doom 2: Hell on Earth is a horror sci-fi first-person shooter created by id Software, (John Carmack, Sandy Petersen, John Romero) set on a hellish Earth invaded by demons. The player must find his way in 32 levels, shooting down monsters and picking up keys in order to unlock new areas.
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Electronic Games (1995): "Doom II re-creates the fun and overindulgent mayhem of its predecessor. The blood and gore may be too much for some players, but it appeals to the juvenile in every gamer. Even Doom II's early levels are challenging, so players can imagine how much more time they need to spend on later levels in the inferno. The final battle is a fitting reward for the player that survived that far. The many secret areas are tough to discover, but players will find the game a little easier because of the items they'll earn in these areas.
id Software responded to its fans with the best, most over-the-top game in its genre... until their next one!"

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Status: NOT abandonware
Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom
Abandonware DOS views: 28030
Series: Doom 2: Hell on Earth is part of the Doom series.
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